Eight Bells78, Kingston Road
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Friendly community local attracting a diverse age of clientele. Set back from the main road, the pub was rebuilt in 1905 on the site of an 18th century one. A former Charrington’s pub, it was bought by Greene King in 1994. It has recently undergone a major refurbishment. It comprises two separate drinking areas with a third zone for dining as well. A TV shows sport in the right hand area, the others are quieter. The large garden is very popular in summer. Live music roughly every other weekend. Open mike night alternate Weds. Quiz night Thu. The pub has a proud record of charity support. Guest beers change every two weeks.